Crisis-hit Nissan shakes up board, keeps boss
Japanese car giant Nissan shook up its executive board Friday, adding a top director from partner Renault as it battles the fallout from the Carlos Ghosn saga and disappointing results.
Nissan full-year net profit more than halves to near-decade low
Crisis-hit Nissan on Tuesday revealed full-year net profits at a near-decade low and forecast a further decline as it battles to recover after the shock arrest of its talismanic former boss Carlos Ghosn.
Japan Supreme Court rejects Ghosn appeal
Japan's Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by lawyers for Carlos Ghosn against his detention, local media said Saturday, dashing the former Nissan boss's hopes for an early release.
Japan court says Carlos Ghosn detention extended until April 22
A Japanese court on Friday ruled that Carlos Ghosn will remain in detention until April 22, as prosecutors grill the former Nissan boss over allegations of financial misconduct.
Stallion tasks motorists, others on digital security
Stallion Motors Limited has enjoined motorists and other competitions to fit Microdots digital security device, just as it deployed the application in select brands including Nissan, Honda, Hyundai and Changan vehicles that are assembled and distributed by the company and its subsidiaries in Nigeria. Also known as DataDots, Microdots DNA is a mechanical pepper spray…
Carlos Ghosn's wife questioned in Tokyo
Japanese authorities investigating alleged financial misconduct by former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn questioned his wife Carole at a closed-door hearing on Thursday, his lawyer said.
Carlos Ghosn appeals detention to Japan's Supreme Court
Lawyers for former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn on Wednesday appealed his ongoing detention to Japan's Supreme Court, after the auto tycoon was re-arrested last week while out on bail.
Japan court extends Ghosn detention until April 14
Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn will remain in custody until at least April 14, a Japanese court ruled on Friday, as prosecutors quiz him over fresh allegations of financial misconduct.
Ghosn lawyer urges separate trial from Nissan
The lead lawyer for Carlos Ghosn on Tuesday called for the tycoon to be tried separately from Nissan and his former right-hand man, in the interests of a "fair trial."